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Sarah Campbell

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Sarah Campbell joined Arkansas Business in 2016. She graduated in 2011 from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a bachelor's degree in journalism and interned for the Jonesboro Sun. She then worked as a general assignment reporter and copyeditor for the Leader newspaper in Jacksonville. Sarah is from Gravel Ridge, which was annexed into Sherwood in 2008. She writes a monthly technology column and news for both the online and print editions.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Developer: Jonesboro Hyatt Convention Center Moving Forward

The $30 million Jonesboro Hyatt Place Hotel & Convention Center project has reached an agreement with contractors' that filed nearly $900,000 in liens against it and is working to have those released, Developer Chris Keller said in a May 19 letter to the city's Advertising and Promotion Commission. read more >

Walton Family Foundation Awards $454.4M in Grants in 2016

The Walton Family Foundation awarded $454.4 million in grants for K-12 education and environmental programs, home region and special projects in 2016, according to the nonprofit's annual report released on Monday. read more >

10 FinTech Accelerator Companies Named

Global financial services technology provider FIS and the Venture Center of Little Rock names the 10 startups selected from a pool of 295 applicants for the second FinTech Accelerator. read more >

SAU Names New Business School Dean

Southern Arkansas University has hired Robin Sronce to be dean of the David F. Rankin College of Business, effective July 5. read more >

Community Foundation Activates Disaster Recovery Fund

The Arkansas Community Foundation on Tuesday announced its Disaster Recovery Fund has been activated in the wake of historic flooding in northeast Arkansas, and the nonprofit organization has already contributed $10,000 to it. read more >

RevUnit Grows By Putting People First

There is more to technology than the tech itself; the people behind it matter, and they drive growth. That's what Michael Paladino, co-founder and chief technology officer of RevUnit in Bentonville, said he believes and puts into practice at the northwest Arkansas business. read more >

Inuvo Reports 1Q Net Loss of $1.7M

Advertising technology and digital publishing firm Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock reports first-quarter revenue of $17.2 million, down from $18.7 million in the same quarter last year. read more >

Inuvo Executives See Pay Decline in 2016

Every officer at Inuvo Inc. of Little Rock saw their pay decline in 2016, according to the company's annual proxy statement. read more >

DHS Officials: 'Arkansas Works' 2.0 Cheaper for State

The Arkansas Department of Human Services says the changes it's seeking for the Arkansas Works medicaid expansion will save the state as much as $93 million over five years. read more >

CareLink CEO: Demand for Services Will Continue

If you aren't already caring for an elderly relative, you probably will be in the near future, with 10,000 people turning 65 every day for the next 15 years, CareLink President and CEO Luke Mattingly said. read more >

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